Restoration of Silversmith Objects Silversmith Camille Gras Paris
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Restoration of Silversmith Objects

Restoration is a big part of a silversmith’s work.

With much consideration for your artefacts, Camille identifies historic objects, identifies its weak spots, and, using different techniques such as dent removing, flattening, assembling, polishing or regilding, he gives them their old shine, with the upmost respect for their origin and authenticity.

Restoring cutlery is also part of his Savoir-Faire: regilding, flattening the knife’s handle and changing the blade.

From a simple photo of the objects that need to be restored, his workshop is able to give you a quote free of charge, and find the best solution to reach your request.